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I want a dumb phone

I have an addiction. I don’t have an addiction to nicotine or alcohol; I have an addiction to something much more common and acceptable. I am addicted to my smartphone. Don’t get me wrong, I love smartphones. I love them so much that I spend, on average, over five hours a day on mine. Because…

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Hope athletes set records, claim rankings during successful winter season

As we approach the midpoint of Hope College’s winter sports season, competition has started to intensify as athletes continue to persevere both in practice and in competition. The women’s basketball team has continued  their winning streak while maintaining a number one national ranking; meanwhile, Hope’s runners continue to break records on the indoor track. While much…

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Rushing in the midst of COVID-19

This article was co-authored by staff writers Gillian Skiba and Molly Douma (’22). Each spring, Hope’s Greek world grows a little bit bigger, and even COVID-19 couldn’t put a stop to that. More than one hundred interested students, largely composed of underclassmen, go through the two and a half week process of rush, where they…

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Texas winter storms touch Hope

In recent weeks, the southern United States have been battered with freezing temperatures and winter storms. At least 35 people have died after millions of Texans have suffered from power outages and water shortages. A boil-water order was advised for approximately 13 million Texans throughout the state. Power outages have lasted days, and many were without…